Hillary Clinton has spelled out what much of her gun control agenda will be if she is elected - and she hasn't toned down her rhetoric as the campaign comes to a close. That's what has changed, Newsweek claims, between 2012 and 2016. Advocating for stricter gun control laws isn't seen as the political liability it was in the past.Read more
In Wednesday night's Presidential debate, Hillary Clinton took the gun control mantra that "it's about protecting children!" just a little too far when asked about her opposition to the Supreme Court's opinion in DC vs. Heller.
If her analysis of Heller is indicative of her legal reasoning abilities, it's no wonder she didn't pass the DC bar exam.Read more
James O'Keefe's Project Veritas released a video Thursday in which Sen. Russ Feingold (D-WI) says Hillary Clinton might use executive orders on gun control if she wins the presidency and Congress is unwilling to pass the types of laws she wants.Read more
Friday afternoon’s Wikileaks release of a batch of Hillary Clinton’s emails was overshadowed by the release of 2005 footage of Donald Trump making lewd remarks about women, so the contents haven't received the attention they should. Included in the document dump, though, is an October 2015 email outlining her plans to follow Obama's lead in using executive orders to create new laws.Read more